The European Association of Regional and Local Authorities for Lifelong Learning (Earlall) was established in 2001 under the initiative of regional and local authorities throughout Europe willing to build a solid cooperation in the field of lifelong learning.
The objective of EARLALL is to increase and highlight the role of regions/local governments in planning and implementing LLL strategies, by influencing EU policies and cooperating and pursuing an active dialogue with EU institutions; by facilitating collaboration and co-operation among its members in order to promote the exchange of information, experiences, expertise and sharing of good practice; and by facilitating joint work through EU funded projects and joint actions.
The network currently gathers 13 regions, plus a wide group of observers and partner regions acting in the area of LLL, which are actively involved in the life of the organisation through their participation in political meetings, technical groups, thematic seminars and other events to take forward joint projects.
- Lifelong guidance
- Ageing population and lifelong learning
- Youth policies
- Skills and labour market
- Integration of third-country nationals
- FINAL€ – Financing Adult Learning in Europe
- TALENTS – New Talents for Companies: Developing the Potentials of Immigrants and Refugees
- VET in Urban Centres – Development of Sustainable Urban Centres with Active Involvement of VET
- FIER – Fast-track Integration in European Regions